Miami Mayor Francis Suarez has asked U.S. President Donald Trump to quickly suspend flights from global and local COVID-19 hotspots to Miami International Airport trying to guard Miami occupants.

Suarez likewise asked that government specialists help organize flights into and out of Miami that help with the development of clinical supplies, nourishment and individual defensive hardware to battle the infection.

In the letter, Suarez expressed, “We are at war with a quiet, fatal and cruel adversary. I have actually seen its speed, its spread and its lethality among my inhabitants in Miami, and now in the State of Florida… I accept we have to employ our capacity in a keen, directed way.”

The civic chairman requested that Trump utilize his “position under existing government law” to coordinate the Federal Aviation Administration, the U.S. Branch of Homeland Security, the U.S. Division of Transportation, and the U.S. Branch of Defense to do his solicitation as quickly as time permits.

Whenever satisfied, Suarez’s solicitation would make Miami’s air terminal the main residential air terminal with such a limitation. It’s indistinct which urban areas, states and nations would qualify as “hotspots” as South Florida itself is among the U.S. urban communities with the most noteworthy number of affirmed coronavirus cases. Chicago, Detroit, New York City and New Orleans are additionally among the most elevated.

It’s additionally indistinct the impact Suarez’s solicitation would have on the city, state and national economies or in halting the spread of coronavirus in Miami, a city of 470,000.

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